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One half of The ACE & TJ Show, Ace is also our resident rock star and front man for Charity Case, his band that raises money for Ace & TJ's Grin Kids.
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The self-proclaimed psychiatrist, marriage counselor, and attorney of The ACE & TJ Show, TJ proves on a daily basis that he knows everything there is to know about the ladies. If you're looking to laugh, look no further than TJ.
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Breezekat started as an intern in 2001 and just seems to keep coming back like a stray dog. As Assistant Producer of the ACE & TJ Show, he gets made fun of on the air and works a lot behind the scenes.
People who are 'creepy' really DO give you the chills. That's according to a study by psychologists at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands.
Basically, we consider someone to be 'creepy' if they don't follow or mimic our nonverbal cues during a conversation, like eye contact or hand gestures.
Research subjects were put in a room either with someone who acted normally, or someone who was using awkward or uncomfortable mannerisms. And the people with the 'creeper' thought the room was four degrees colder.
And the researchers say that knowing this could give you an early warning about a stranger you meet: If you start feeling cold, be on your guard. (MSNBC)
If Manhattan took the kind of damage in real life that it sustains in "The Avengers", the cost would have been more than 9/11, Hurricane Katrina AND the tsunami in Japan.
--According to Kinetic Analysis Corporation . . . a company that predicts and assesses disaster damage . . . we'd be looking at $160 BILLION.
--That's $60 billion to $70 billion in physical damage, plus $90 billion in cleanup costs.
--By comparison, 9/11 "only" cost $83 billion . . . Hurricane Katrina cost $90 billion . . . and the tsunami cost $122 billion.
--And here's a question that never gets asked in these action flicks: Who would get stuck with the bill? Unfortunately, there's no easy answer.
--Kinetic says that since S.H.I.E.L.D., the group that put the Avengers together, is a government agency, it would probably be protected from liability.
--The company adds, quote, "Most insurance policies have special provisions for acts of war, civil unrest or terrorism.
--"Given the involvement of individuals considered deities in some cultures (Thor, Loki), there is even the potential to classify the event as an 'act of God,' though that designation would be subject to strenuous theological and legal debate."
A so-called "source" tells "Star" magazine that the JONAS BROTHERS are threatening to kick JOE out. Supposedly, KEVIN and NICK JONAS are, quote, "sick of his wild ways . . . his partying, random hookups and complete lack of focus."
--But another source tells GossipCop.com that this is "completely fabricated."
A survey of Canadian workers by Toshiba found that the biggest source of stress in the office is . . . technology that doesn't work right.
40% of people said malfunctioning technology was the most stressful thing in the office. And 52% say they don't have enough time for other work responsibilities because of tech problems.
57% said that their boss would allow technology failure as a valid excuse for missing a deadline.
iPads and tablets seem to be the most stressful technology . . . people who use them are three times more likely to YELL at co-workers when they feel stressed. 86% of tablet users say they're stressed, which is 18% higher than laptop users. (IT Business)
Consider yourself warned: If you don't give your wife a good Mother's Day gift, there's a chance she might ask someone ELSE to give her something.
Ashley Madison is that stupid dating site for married people who want affairs, and they say that more women sign up for their site the Monday after Mother's Day than any other day of the year. And that's been true for the last FOUR years.
Even though Mother's Day isn't considered a romantic holiday, it gets women thinking about how their husbands treat them and how much their efforts are appreciated.
Ashley Madison's founder says, "What they experience is a lack of appreciation, affection and respect [and] that is when the idea of taking on a potential lover takes full form." (Huffington Post)
How is it possible that a guy THIS DUMB could have four children? I can't even begin to wrap my head around it.
On Monday, around 5:30 P.M. the police in Fort Wayne, Indiana got a call from someone who saw a guy driving with four young children strapped to the hood of his car.
The cops got there very quickly and stopped the car after three blocks. And yes, four kids, ages four, five, six, and seven, were attached to the hood using a tow strap.
The guy driving the car was their dad, 29-year-old Aaron Stefanski. He was taking the whole family to the LIQUOR STORE, naturally, and had a blood-alcohol level more than twice the legal limit.
He told the cops he'd strapped the kids to the hood because they thought it would be FUN.
He's been charged with driving while intoxicated and neglect of a dependent. (Fort Wayne Journal Gazette)
I STRONGLY suggest you think back to this story the next time you consider growing a HANDLEBAR MUSTACHE, a FU MANCHU or a SOUL PATCH. Awful facial hair can lead to awful things.
On Sunday afternoon, 53-year-old Joyce Speciale-Detweiler of Easton, Pennsylvania got into a HUGE argument with her husband, Donald Detweiler. Over his facial hair.
Sadly, the police didn't specify what kind of facial hair style Donald was rocking. So we're just letting our imaginations run wild with it.
Anyway, the fight escalated and Joyce ended up grabbing a pole attachment off the vacuum cleaner . . . and hit Donald over the head with it. She kept hitting him until the pole broke, then she started scratching and hitting him.
She was arrested and charged with simple assault and harassment. (Lehigh Valley Live)
Fake ID busts NEVER get easier than this one.
19-year-old Steven Fiorella is a student at the University of Iowa. Over the weekend, he tried to get into a bar in Iowa City called the Union using a fake ID.
He was immediately busted by the bouncer . . . because Steven tried to use the BOUNCER'S stolen driver's license to get in.
The bouncer had reported his wallet stolen in February. Steven had his driver's license, debit card, and Triple-A card. He told the cops he bought all three of them at a party for $20.
He was arrested and charged with fifth-degree theft and unlawful use of another's ID. (Iowa City Press-Citizen)